Asia Broadband (OTCMKTS: AABB) is on the move northbound after a brief dip below the $0.08-mark last week. AABB was one of the biggest runners of 2021 skyrocketing to highs of $0.659 per share in February before coming back down and forming a base at a dime. In December the stock ran again to highs of $0.33 before the latest dip. AABB is among the most exciting stocks in small caps with an enormous investors following including some of the most powerful players in small caps who are looking for a return to previous highs. Asia broadband’s mining property acquisition strategy is to optimize development capital utilization by focusing operations in regions of Mexico where AABB has a comparative advantage of development resources and expertise. In 2021, the Company acquired two high potential gold property interests in Mexico, the Bonanza Gold Mine Project and the Tequila Gold Mine Joint Venture. Both properties are expected to have geological reports available in late February and gold production from the Tequila property is expected in March. We have previously reported on the Company’s sale of its mining operations in the Guerrero Gold Belt (GGB), Mexico, that netted them $82 million, which has funded the current move into crypto. AABB currently has $71 million USD in the treasury.